Bulle Rock Golf Course, Havre de Grace
Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Bulle Rock Golf Course is a golf course located in Havre de Grace, Maryland. It is named for "Bulle Rock", the first thoroughbred racehorse brought to America. Bulle Rock hosted the LPGA Championship, a women's major, from 2005 through 2009.It was designed by noted course architect Pete Dye and opened in 1998. In 2002, Manekin, LLC, Clark Turner, and H&S Properties Development Corporation purchased the golf course and surrounding land and properties from original owner, Ed Abel. The golf course has consistently won awards and hosted the LPGA Championship five times.Put Bulle Rock Golf Course at the forefront of your travel plans using our Havre de Grace family vacation planner.
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Visit here regularly for brunch & dinner. The service is great & the quality is always good. The added view of the golf course is a plus.
Came up from Northern Virginia and well worth the drive. Course us in great shape and very well laid out with interesting holes throughout. Is fair but challenging so pick tees you play from carefully... read more »
This is another challenging Pete Dye course and certainly it is the most challenging public course in Maryland. Well-maintained, nice layout, with houses on the perimeter but not interfering or distra... read more »
Went to the restaurant. Food was amazing and the prices were very reasonable. If you're looking for affordable high-end dinning, this is a place you should try.
Restaurant review: The food took forever to arrive and when it did it was sub-par (not good) for the price. What is the point of asking how you like the burger if you're just going to make it well-done anyway? The staff seemed a little overwhelmed and had several drink order and food errors in our party.
LPGA used to play here. This is a great Pete Dye course. Super challenging and just fun to play. Practice facility is awesome.
Nice golf course; however, the customer service was awful. Visiting the area on vacation and came out around 4:30 for the "twilight" rate. Ranger was clearly anxious to go home and hovered around us asking how may holes we were playing and warned of "severe thunderstorms" in the area. Finished front 9 in 90 minutes and hit tee shot on 10 at 6:00. Pro raced out to us on the 10th fairway yelling that we only paid for 9 holes. Despite confirming several times that we could continue beyond 9 holes on the twilight rate, we were aggressively reprimanded for extending beyond 9 holes. Even after offering to pay again for the "9 hole" twilight rate, we were told "no, it's too late to play another 9". Obviously, the staff was more concerned with making it home for dinner than treating out of town visitors kindly. Regardless of the quality of the golf course, I would not return to "Bully" Rock.
Classy golf course, ranked high and has hosted LGPA events.
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